Date: Monday, 29th of October 2018
Location: Calgary Petroleum Club (329- 5th Ave SW)
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00PM
Online Registration is now closed. Walk In Registration at the event is $55
Downhole sensing technology today provide engineers with continuous measurements for flow condition diagnosis. The measurements include temperature, pressure, acoustic, and strain, with distributed temperature sensors (DTS) and distributed acoustic sensors (DAS) being more commonly used compared with other measurements. Since the optical fiber technology introduced to the industry, it has advanced dramatically. Many field applications have been proven effective and beneficial. From downhole flow condition characterization, we can diagnose flow problems, monitor, control, and optimize producing and injecting well performance, monitor well stimulation, both matrix acidizing and hydraulic fracturing, and optimize treatment designs. There are rich field application examples to show the potential of the technology.
One of the keys to applying downhole sensing technology is to develop models and methodologies to interpret the sensor measurements. This is challenging, because from data collection and
Dr. Ding Zhu is a Professor at Petroleum Engineering Department at Texas A&M University. She Holds a BS degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Science and Technology, Beijing, China, an MS and Ph.D. degree in Petroleum Engineering, both from the University of Texas at Austin. Her research areas are production engineering, well stimulation, intelligent
2017-2018 Regional Awards Presentation
In addition to Dr. Zhu presentation, we will begin the lunch with the presentation of our Regional Awards to our 2017-2018 volunteer recipients. The award presentation will begin at 11:30 AM Sharp. To learn more about these awards and the recipients please click here!
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October 29, 2018
From 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
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